Hummingbird Bakery Thanksgiving treats & Reasons to be Thankful

Thanksgiving is an annual national holiday in the United States and Canada which traditionally celebrates a plentiful harvest and other blessings of the past year. Like with any popular export from Northern America, Thanksgiving has found it’s way across the pond in a guise of food-inspired themes and discount days. I headed to the homeContinue reading “Hummingbird Bakery Thanksgiving treats & Reasons to be Thankful”

Dinner Date: Inko Nito with my vegan date Estelle

One of the perks that comes with my role as editor of a Soho magazine is the opportunity to feed my foodie persona! I’m a believer that food helps us create meaningful connections – especially when shared! For this date night, I invite Estelle, a model from Paris living in London, to join me atContinue reading “Dinner Date: Inko Nito with my vegan date Estelle”

Lunch Specials: Robata does Japanese fusion

Being a new restaurant in Soho must be a bit like being the new kid in school and having to stand up to introduce yourself… You have lots to prove and the competition to get with the ‘in-crowd‘ must be stiff! However ROBATA have proved themselves to be one of the cool kids – bringingContinue reading “Lunch Specials: Robata does Japanese fusion”

The Soho Girl in conversation with Shuck ‘N’ Jive co-writer and cast

I arranged to meet with the co-writer, Cassiopeia Berkeley-Agyepong and cast, Olivia Onyehara and Tanisha Spring, for a conversation which delves a little deeper into the process of writing the piece, and using comedy to display everyday racial inadequacies very much alive in the theatre industry…

My Soho Times popup at WeWork Great Chapel St

And Soho the journey begins… We’re finally out of the closet! Yesterday we held our first My Soho Times pop up at WeWork Soho’s Great Chapel St. What a surreal yet fulfilling experience it was to share this magazine venture out in public for the first time –  outside of social media! From blog toContinue reading “My Soho Times popup at WeWork Great Chapel St”

Willow Smith on the Central Line for Prada Linea Rossa collection Launch

The central line isn’t a usual part of my London commute on a Monday morning, however today I found myself thankful to be at the right place, at the right time – just in time to meet Willow Smith and a Prada entourage at Tottenham Court Road station for a musical appearance to launch herContinue reading “Willow Smith on the Central Line for Prada Linea Rossa collection Launch”

Chef’s Specials: The Italian at 40 Dean Street…

Soho has a long and rich history of Italian culture, and this family-run restaurant in the heart of Soho is a contemporary addition, having served Italian cuisine for nearly two decades. Conveniently named after its street address, there’s no forgetting where 40 Dean Street is located sitting amongst a cute cluster of quaint restaurants. TheContinue reading “Chef’s Specials: The Italian at 40 Dean Street…”

Shida is the theatrical magic London needs to see!

All the way from across the pond, broadway star and Gospel sensation Jeannette Bayardelle – writer and performer, and director Andy Sandberg bring Shida to London. Showing at the Vaults Theatre, I made my way to Waterloo on opening night by invitation of Mr London, Talentbanq’s CEO Ray Jones. The show had such an impactContinue reading “Shida is the theatrical magic London needs to see!”